My latest article on embedded.com has been published. This piece is the tenth installment of the RTOS Revealed series, which will continue to appear through 2017 and beyond. The series will cover every aspect of real time operating systems.
In this article, I continue looking at some of the details of how an RTOS scheduler is implemented and consider the context save and restore process …
Here are all the articles in the series:
Introducing RTOS Revealed
Program structure and real time
Tasks and scheduling
Tasks, the context switch and interrupts
Inter-task communication and synchronization
Other RTOS services
Nucleus SE – an introduction
Nucleus SE – internals and deployment
The scheduler – implementation
The scheduler – options and context save
I hope that you find the series interesting and look forward to your input by comment or email or via social media.